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mistakes, not giving the security that was requested, ignoring these -- begging of the people in an gauzy for extra help. we end up with the first slain ambassador in 30 years, and where does the buck stop? ever heard of who have never been named. there was one name, the others have not been. the secretary of state is not at the hearings because she has an illness and her underlings are their. >> are you suggesting she is taking an illness? >> i am saying she is absent from a hearing where she should have been the one to have taken the responsibility or to explain what the phrase means, but stops here, if it does not stop with her but with underlings. >> i do think the secretary of state has to testify and has to testify not as the department's budget of the future policy, not simply for the resolution of the questions that persist even after the report, which was devastating. at the same time, if she is to have any political ambitions beyond presidential prospects, just in her own self-interest, beyond a national interest, she has to fully explain and put this behind her so that it does
no to guns in the past. but adam lanza had not beg your pardon to a shooting rain in the recent sixes. commupt college. apparently adam lanza was spart should and attending community college and looked in to the possibility of going to school. she wanted to go with him to make sure he ghot the education. >> here in the community. they are trying to get the children back to classes, particularly the ones on the day of the class cure. nwe are standing on the edge of the street in sandy hook elementary and looks like will take them and put them in a nearby school in monroe. >> it is closed in the last year and ready to be filled again. we watched the movie vans taking the supplies and decks and set up a community school in mon monroe. >> is there any information on where the killer was on thursday through monday of last year. >> i hear he might have gone to the range. why was he at it coming up to the killing spree. nthere is information on adam lans a. and there is information about nancy lads lads. but.s have said very little. there are so many inunanswered questions. >> and of course.
two dozen systemic failures and had 60 recommendations, which begs the question: why on june 6, when our consulate was bombed in benghazi, why didn't they bay attention then? this was the precursor. that was terrorism then. but nobody died so they didn't do anything. that's the problem. they didn't take any action after june. they found in 60 days -- chock-full of problems, challenges, in 60 recommendations. and yet, nobody gets fired. nobody can take responsibility. nobody seems to know the details of it. we have -- we haven't found any of the perpetrators. >> that's amazing to me. the person blamed for making the video is still in jail, but we haven't gon after the people in libbia. i need to give you a chance to respond to something. i don't believe this investigation has been partisan. i believe that the government needs to conduct the oversight over the state department. but some democrats are saying this is all the house republicans' fault baize they starved the state department of resources and in the remaining seconds we have, how do we respond to that. >> sharlene lamb was a
point can they really -- not just offset but move the needle. i know they're not beg enough to impact your growth business but they're growing fast and they seem like a secular growth story. >> they'll still small in the overall $2.2 billion in revenue that we have. however, i growthing quickly. the nonpayroll business is over $500 million now. it's a growing business. and just selling health insurance has grown a little over 20% just the last year. we're pretty happy with that business and we think it will continue to do well. >> the last thing i'm going to ask you, what is your message to washington right now about what needs to be done? >> well, i think it's got to get done. whaef it is, you know, i think what businesses are waiting for is to see with certainty what they're going to face next year. and i think the sooner it get done, the sooner that entrepreneurs and small business owners are going to either start or expand their businesses and we just need some certainty, something out there that they know they're going to face with health care reform and with all the tax situatio
by connecticut, which has a state law banning certain kinds of assault weapons? >> that begs the question, was this a weapon that should have been banned, and because of how the manufacturer decided to describe it got around that law? >> let me go back to a couple things you said. the first is, is there anything that leads you to believe she might have purchased them for her son, or is that just here are the possibilities? >> here are the possibilities. they're living together. they're in the home. he ends up with the guns, so there may be an explanation. >> they're looking into that. the other issue described his as troubled, which we know from what he did. is there other evidence as they've gone in about troubled how? >> you know, clearly, he was troubled. you have to be deranged to carry out this kind of crime. you know, i'm not in a position that i should be talking about someone else's family. that information will come out in due course, but this was clearly a troubled person. >> is there evidence that he was mentally disabled in some way? >> there's evidence that he was mentally di
, we can go hunt together. >> reporter: in that case, as in this one, is begs the question, was she just being polite or was the caller convincing? could you tell the difference? the queen rarely uses the first person singular. one tend not to, does one not? >> i think it's difficult sleeping in a strange bed as well. >> yes, of course. >> it's nothing like the palace, is it, charles? nope, nothing like the palace at all. david wright, abc new, los angeles. >> i can't believe how that happened. >> i am a little shocked too. they were, i don't know. it sounded more like the queen than when i saw the piece yesterday. see how they may have fallen for it. >> may have fallen for it. nobody asked for the woman to identify herself. i know she said kate's grandmother. but still -- >> that's funny. those deejays are good at that kind of stuff. your impression is good too. you should call the hospital next see what is going on. >> uh. >> i don't think so. >> oh, willis, that is harsh. >> that's all for "world news now." >> cheerio. every time someone chooses finish over cascade, it sparks a m
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with who would like beg to differ. >> did we just blow through the -- what about the rest of the news? >> there's no news today. what do we have on the front of the post today, willie? >> this is terrible. >> all there. >> not good. >> my goodness. >> what about right to work? >> what about right to work? >> there's two big news stories to do. and senator mccain is going for senate foreign relations. >> that is interesting. that is interesting. john mccain wants to be on the committee so he can cross-examine susan rice. we'll see if that happens. >> fascinating. >> should the mets pay, mike, dickey? >> they should. they need him and their fan base needs him. they should do it. >> think the money that zach grir grinke just got paid, they need him. >> what do you think? >> they need him. absolutely. >> how are the mets doing? >> happily, it's off-season. >> mika cannot believe what's happened to the segment. >> i'm embarrassed. >> this was a good rehearsal. >> i forget we were on tv. >> boom! >> you want me to tell you about the fiscal cliff? >> you get that extra half hour to work thin
. that does beg the question, grover, why bother, given that both sides know where they need to move, why the games? >> well, it's not clear that both sides know. the week after the election, president obama was asked do you have to have the higher rates or could we have deductions and credits and he said he was open to negotiations. three weeks later, after thanksgiving, he shows up and all of a sudden there's a line in the sand on rates that had come out of nowhere, so the president seems to be moving the goal posts in a deliberate effort, i don't know, to extract something, to push people over the fiscal cliff. something's going on and it's not clear because he's not where he used to be. he's quadrupled the amount of taxes he demands. he now has to have rates instead of just numbers. it's going to be interesting what he is doing but it appears he's not trying to come to any agreement. his position is one that the senate, the democratic senate, has rejected in the past. >> robert reish, 60% of americans according theo a new c news/"the washington post" poll believes they should raise ta
those wall street financiers were begging chris christie to run last time, because they thought he could win, and i think if he had run this time, he had -- he could have got all those blue collar guys in michigan, all the blue collar guys in ohio, all the blue collar guys in wisconsin. he's a blue collar guy, and he would have won the south anyway. he would have been a great candidate. the question is is -- >> when did you start saying this? >> i said it on your show. the question is in four years can he maintain that. >> let's not talk about four years. let's talk about right now. don't do that. don't do what you just said. this is what it looks like right now. >> right now he would be a great candidate. >> shrummy, let's talk about culture. you're a student of popular culture. something says to me it's jersey's turn. it just is. if you don't buy it, say you don't buy that. >> i don't buy that. i think this guy is really interesting. he's a big winner in 2012 -- >> would you ever back a republican under any circumstance over any democrat ever? >> it depends who the democrat was -- >> h
, a holiday outfit. charlotte begged her mom to wear it to school that day. her big brother was also at school that day, but we're told he made it to safety. her uncle says she could light up a room. we'll also remember daniel barden, 7 years old. he was a budding athlete. he swam, played soccer, was missing two front teeth. his family called him fearless. we will remember olivia engel as well, just six years old, she played tennis and soccer. was a ballet dancer and a patient big sister to her 3-year-old brother. she loved school, colors pink and purple and was going to be an angel in the nativity play scheduled for just last night. we will remember 7-year-old josephine gay as well. she turned 7 on tuesday. she too loved the color purple. her neighbors are hanging purple balloons from mailboxes and fences in her memory. we will remember her. we'll also remember ana marquez-greene, 6 years old. she grew up with music in her ears, her dad plays jazz saxophone and flute. he wrote a song about her entitled ana grace. we'll also remember dylan hockley, he too was just 6 years old. he came from eng
. what happened? four years is a long time. for james and the folks begging for her, if she runs, she will not be running alone. she will fight in a primary. >> are republicans quaking in their boots at the thought of martin o'malley or andy cuomo? >> i actually think hillary clinton deserves a year to take a deep breath and not have to worry about it. she needs to rest. give her 2013. it's not hillary versus hillary. but i think she ends up running. >> who the heck knows what could happen and how things are going to shake up. >> fascinating point. fascinating conversation for 2013. we'll be right back. duralock power preserve. it locks in power for up to 10 years in storage. guaranteed. duracell with duralock. trusted everywhere. your doctor will say get smart about your weight. i tried weight loss plans... but their shakes aren't always made for people with diabetes. that's why there's glucerna hunger smart shakes. they have carb steady, with carbs that digest slowly to help minimize blood sugar spikes. and they have six grams of sugars. with fifteen grams of protein to help manage
matt damon and his producers are working on one right now. in fact, we were hoping -- we were begging really that get a little clip of that so we could run it in our piece around the holidays. but it turns out, they're not ready. they are working on it. but look for it. it could very well go viral after the first of the year when they release it. that would bring a lot of attention to water.org and that would be great. >> no doubt. thank you alina cho. for more on matt damon's efforts to provide clean water to people around the world and how you can help, go to cnn.com/impact. bye dad. drive safe. k. love you. [ chirping, buzzing continues ] [ horn honks ] [ buzzing continues ] [ male announcer ] the sprint drive first app. blocks and replies to texts while you drive. we can live without the &. visit sprint.com/drive. we've decided to we're all having such a we great year in the gulf, put aside our rivalry. 'cause all our states are great. and now is when the gulf gets even better. the beaches and waters couldn't be more beautiful. take a boat ride or just lay in the sun. enjoy the wi
discussing the war on coal. that's a lot. why the false identity is the question that continues to be begged and hopefully we can answer. >> there wasn't a regulation that she didn't like and she didn't want to impose. >> can the coal companies breathe easier now? can we see new power generation happening in this country or are we going get someone just like her because they'll want to work for president obama? >> right. here's the thing. she was hailed by rolling stone as the most progressive ep achieve ever, but at the end of the day she was effectuating a radical agenda set by the president. this war on coal was set forth when he gave his shellacking press conference and said there were other ways to skin that cat. so you're going to get somebody who wants the job to effectuate his agenda and it won't be anybody much better, i suppose, but the good news may lie on what we find. there are 12,000 e-mails that by their very nature assuming the false identity that she didn't want the public to see and these on coal.00 e-mails addressing maybe there was news in there that was candid and becaus
, at the end of the day it is gift. >> chris: one thing the economy -- the business community was begging for, it was certainty from washington. we don't care what you do. good policy, bad policy, give us a policy we know we'll live under for the next few years and we can start to make decisions. i don't see how a business man would have any idea what will happen as a result of what is happening here or looking ahead two months to the debt ceiling. >> i agree. i think obama -- president obama out maneuvered the congressional republicans. maybe it isn't hard, sometimes, but can't out maneuver reality and the reality is we are running a $1 trillion deficit and the deal does nothing about that and does nothing to stimulate economic growth and irresponsibly cuts defense and we'll pay a terrible price for that, as a country, and he is the only president we have and this is where -- i'm not making it a partisan point, a terrible failure of leadership, he's the president and the truth is, the speaker can't do it and minority and majority leader can't do it. he has to be serious about dealing with re
tough to get passed. we had to ram is through at the end begging senator bob kerr weeverything we had and it got condition. what happened is the markets respond, rest of the world looked at us and said they can manage their affairs. what bothers me about what we're about to do is we can't manage our affairs and the public is understandably frustrated and angry and dispirited by it. >> o'donnell: yet vote everybody back in office for the most part. voted back in the same president and the same republican. >> in an exis ambivalent way i want to talk about stability for my former boss, ronald reagan. he would have tim o'neill, his partisan, fierce opponent of the speaker of the house come in and try to work on the same sort of deals being discussed now, but ronald reagan also had the republican leaders of that same house and that same senate in. he had to mash them all together. he had to make it work. one of the surprising things about president obama in this crisis, i think, is that he walked in as a winner. he just won an election. he had everything going for him, much higher populari
it's a beg thy neighbor. everybody is printing -- >> at the core of what the fed is trying to do is phillips curvean in that they're trying to trade short-term gains in unemployment for modest upticks in inflation. if they get their way, presumably the gold bowls will come back out of the woodwork. >> if it goes from 200 to 1, 800, it's anticipated. >> how much did that suit cost? >> not very much. tie's a different story. >> not $1,800? >> no, not $1,800. >> you should be able to buy a suit for an ounce of gold. that's always been the -- >> i was not aware of the suit-to-gold ratio. >> suit-to-gold ratio. you -- never, never been your -- >> suits -- >> you've always need good five or six troy ounces to buy -- >> you buy a brioni suit, can you pay in gold bars? >> that's how i usually do. it. >>> real quick, boxing day according to wikipedia, traditionally the day following christmas when servants and tradesmen would receive gifts from their supervisors. this was an old english tradition apparently when servants would wait on their masters on christmas day, the servants of the we
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? >> reporter: i was waiting for you to ask for his license it turns out they begged stevie wonder's manager to listen to his videos. after listening, he he agreed to show up and surprise the kid. >> that was just blind blowing. >> reporter: and then stevie played while assan sang. it turns out this wasn't the first time that stevie wonder has done this. oprah calls it one of her favorite moments, star search champion singing stevie wonder's "isn't she wonderful." ♪ >> oh, my gosh! >> reporter: eventually they turned it into a duet. the prank on assan was an attempt by his record company to create a viral video but his mom cried and so did assan. ♪ >> reporter: to them the surprise was nothing less than stevie wonderful. cnn, jeanne moos, new york. >> he's right. that was awesome. >>> and the next hour of the cnn "newsroom" begins right now. and happening in the newsroom, a crumbling regime and a threat of chemical weapons as the u.s. rushes to protect an ally that shares a border with syria. >>> susan rice withdraws her name to replace hillary clinton. president obama's short list just
. >> really? don't stand me up. i know you can cook, that's why i'm begging. and that drink you make, too. that's some good, strong enough. i remember that from last year. i'm still hung over from the last time you brought it in. >>> coming up, our favorite doomsday movie and a special mayan calendar edition of "insomniac." >>> and an experience i'll never forget. my day on the job as one of santa's elves in a big department store right here in new york city. ho, ho, ho. you're watching "world news now." look at that. it's time to change the way we clean. it's time to free ourselves from the smell and harshness of bleach. and free ourselves from worrying about the ones we love. new lysol power & free has more cleaning power than bleach. how? the secret is the hydrogen peroxide formula. it attacks tough stains and kills 99.9% of germs. new lysol power & free. powerful cleaning that's family friendly. another step forward in our mission for health. >>> welcome back, everybody. >>> welcome back, everybody. it's a special holiday for one south florida family after a daring rescue. a police of
the director was one-sided crews laid down san begs to prevent further flooding. >> we found that the flows from the other night was the third highest since the early '50s spread it looks like we will not see anything like that. >> this to just then. a police chase comes to win again this morning when the suspect ran to police cars and a parked vehicle before tried to run away on foot. this is in houston, texas. the >> look at all of the police cars. >> bay area >> . a street race between two vehicles and vallejo leads to hit and run incident on broadway street. this sent a 54 year-old man to the hospital in critical condition monday night. police said that neither vehicle stopped after hitting the pedestrian. investigators are checking surveillance cameras in the area for clues in the hit and run case. anyone with information can call the vallejo police department. >> a man shot in west oakland on christmas day has pushed the homicide rate to the highest in four years. 32 year-old ronald lust was shot multiple times this afternoon at 2410 chestnut street in west oakland. his death is the 1
, beg, borrow, on or steal any of it. they were nine months side by side. now they won't be for the rest of their lives. >> reporter: noah's big sister, 19-year-old danielle, says she and her family are comforted by all the well wishes that poured into their homele town, evidence on the street near the school and piling up at the post office. >> i think it's great. it's some sort of -- it's some sort of comfort to know there's to many people there for us. it's sad that he'll never get it to live his life, but i'm happy that we got the six years that we did with him. he was an amazing boy. >> nbc's ron mott reporting that. the nra's laperriere said we need to work towards fixingle mental health salmonella and continue prosecutor violent felons with guns. here's natalie. >>> with eight days left until the fiscal cliff deadline and the nation's leaders on a holiday break, there is mounting skepticism about the chances of reaching a deal in time. nbc's white house correspondent kristen welker is in hawaii where the first family is spending the holidays. kristen, good morning. >> reporter: na
, begging for a patch from congress. my theory is this is their way to push us into a flat tax system; right? >> you're correct. the amt is a different way of calculating the tax, taking your income saying we're not giving you many of the itemized deductions and have a different rate. there's been consistently an exemption amount which requires congress to pass a legislation each year to extend it. the exemption is not permanent in our tax code, and right now, it expired going back to january 1st, 2012 so we don't have it right now. >> do you think they could let it go? it's close. in prior years, we had the patch earlier on. >> absolutely, and the irs planned op the patch, and the computers are program the that way. if we don't get it, it not only impacts those who have to pay the amt, but delays refunds because the irs computers have to be reprogrammed. we slotly need the patch and quickly. >> at the same time, though, as dire as it has, they could pass the patch, and say january 15th, make it retroactive and we're fine. just delays the process. >> that's right. until the irs and people kn
. so, i'm begging members of congress, and the executive, to please get something done here that reassures consumers, reassures business operations, most important of all, to create the jobs in america, and these are permanent jobs that we want to have created. please provide them with the incentive to use the monetary wherewithal, whether it's the right amount or an excessive amount which i would argue, but that's not the issue. the issue is, they need to be incentives to use widely available liquidity, the lowest interest rates in american history, put it to work, to create more american jobs, and increase american prosperity. >> if we're really arguing -- >> unless they do that they will have failed the american people. >> the fiscal cliff brings a lot of austerity very quickly. but we all think that, you know, sooner or later we need some type of austerity, whether it's on a scale, you know, like the fiscal cliff is a 10, we don't want a deal that is a 1, that just, you know, that doesn't cut spending, that doesn't raise revenue. so i just worry that, you know, we seem l
for everybody under, and you pick the number. >> i would just beg, you know, it's like you want to beg these guys in d.c. to do something. to help this country just get to where it was. get people to work. they can do it. they really can. >> i went to a doctor this morning, and apple didn't come up and i was thinking, hey, could be closer to -- >> it did not come up. this is the first thought that didn't come up, tempted to go to the dentist just to get a dentist check. get an opinion on how many people are worried about apple. >> grover has said point blank that you're finished if you vote for a tax increase. and grover so far has been much more powerful than boehner. like the shadow governor of the republican party. everyone knows that conference call that grover runs keeps everybody in line. >> when do you think we're going to get to 6.5? >> i think it will take three years. >> really? i think it will take awhile. i see unemployment coming down to the low 70s, sometime next year. or sometime after next year, 2015 or so. >> good monday morning, we're live here at post nine at the new
veterans like him who stand with locked arms begging us to pass this convention, we owe it to the disabled people across america and around the world to stand up once and again for the rights of the disabled and for expanding opportunity not just in america, but across the world. people say we are an exceptional nation. there's a little bit of aoeg ism in that -- egotism in that statement, but i believe it is -- i ask for 30 additional seconds. but i believe it is factual that america is an exceptional nation twhe steps forward in the -- when it steps forward in the belief that freedom, liberty and opportunity should be for everyone within our country and around the world. today is our chance. let no minor argument over some minor political issue stop us from focusing on the reality that what we are doing is historic not just for america but for the world. we owe it not just to bob dole. we owe it to the disabled veterans and the disabled community to stand up and say to the world join us. join us in expanding the reach of opportunity to those who have been left behind. i yield the floor.
. >> reporter: i was waiting for you to ask to see his license. it turns out an exec had begged stevie wonder's manager to listen to asan's records. after listening, stevie agreed to show up and surprise the kid. >> i was just mind employee. and then stevie played while asan sang. imagine your idol's voice joining yours. but it turns out this wasn't the first time that stevie wonder has done this. ♪ isn't she lovely >> oprah calls it one of her favorite moments. star search champion, jake simpson was belting out stevie's song blissfully unaware that oprah's staff had arranged for a surprise guest. ♪ isn't she pretty ♪ oh, my god! >> eventually, they
a good point. >> it begs the question i want to you answer, what are they all doing here? if nobody is interested in getting this deal? >> as dana pointed out, lots of house republicans would rather vote on something after the 1st than before. i haven't seen any indication from obama or the people around him that they are okay with going over the cliff. they really do seem to want to do something before the deadline. they seem desperate to do that. plenty of liberals say, go over the cliff. big cuts in the pentagon and big tax hikes. the white house, from all indications that i've seen, they don't want that to happen. they are scared of what could happen to the markets. >> why aren't they dalg dealing with boehner? dana, be go ahead. jumpb in here. >> i think they won their negotiating power once boehner last week failed. as dana pushed out, the only thing that can get boehner is to do something. >> reporter: i think that you're right when i said that democrats don't think that the president will have much political damage. that does seem to be coming more from democrats here in con
in the philippines. he survived by skavageing in the dumpl and begging forty waflt he drank water for canals and slept in an open tomb in a cemetery. a life without joy changed forever by a horrible accident that threatened to make it even worse. >> one evening when i was waiting for the garbage truck to arrive, smbl push med into a pile of burching tires. by back and my arm got burned. >> those his recovery was punctuated by extreme pain, he called it a baptism by fire. he was rescueded by an activist who was his guardian. >> that was the first day in his life that he felt loved, accepted, and cared for. >> on his seventh birthday he helped him obtain his birth certificate so he could attend school, but his special birthday wish was to give, not just receive. >> my birthday is also to give he children, street children the things that i received. we started hope gifts, the gifts of hope like all the toys, the candies, and the sleep wear. >> he passed them out to those who shared his flight. that was six years ago. now he's got his own organization championing community children that he says
discourse. so i would beg everyone, please, let's try to have a civil discurioudi discour discourse. when you feel because you're anonymous on the keyboard you want to take the guy out you don't agree with, try to have these angels' faces in their mind because you're not helping them and you're not helping all the children in the united states. it's what i heard at the vigil and from what i heard from president obama and what i heard at the services today. everyone wants this. now we have to execute on it. >> tell us about this ribbon. >> this ribbon comes from our local grocery store. they're making them in the floral department and handing them out to anyone who wants it. the colors represent sandy hook school. these were our school colors -- are our school colors. >> i've seen other little ribbons that are similar that have a little angel. >> i know, i want one of those. >> the community, you know, you walk around, you just see these little memorials that are springing up and you see these notes from other little kids, writing messages, writing notes. some the -- two the boys were buri
to you help us beg people to stop calling the victims. they're in mourning. someone actually pounded on a friend's door and literally they were shouting, someone in this town has to start talking to us. this is our story. that's how we're being treated." the sense that the media is there and it's really stressful and annoying to the people who are trying to make their way through this tragedy. >> that's what we do, the famous song "get the widow on the set." you stick a mike in their face. >> i've never pounded on someone's door like that. >> not pound on the door, but that is what we are trained to do. you want the exclusive interview, you want to get the person who has the most information and get them on camera. >> in situations like this it's wrong. >> i do think there was a heavy media footprint. i do think they were starting to resent people and i think we need to pull back in terms of leaving the community alone. what i'm saying is the whole issue about guns and violence and culture, which the press has largely shied away from except in the aftermath of tragedy this time i thi
much. gregg: well the chief of police says the new commitment will cost a beg chunk of his budget but he is not willing to take any chances with the safety of children. heather: to a fox weather alert now on a massive winter storm that is also causing dangerous driving conditions out west. take a look at this. this is interstate 80, the main route from act meant -- sacramento to reno, negative vaud. police are requiring chains on all vehicles except four wheel drives and those with snow tires. you can see why right there. chief meteorologist rick reichmuth live in the fox extreme weather center. over the river and through the woods to grandma's house if you have snow tires, right? >> that is across the sierra nevada pass. that often happens when they get snow and get a lot of it. they got six feet of snow. great news for all the ski resorts there. they need that for the business. last year they were certainly so dry. we'll be dealing with more problems. two storms i will show you. cold air is in place. it is cold down across parts of the south. just 35 in texas. notice this, 67 in
of this does, i think, beg for a better labor enforcement mechanism. we were talking about personal perm attempts. the prelance of the economy how do you organize that part of the economy. increasingly companies are relying on subcontracting their work to other companies which makes it difficult to organize across that. i would say some of that requires better labor law enforcement that says you can't do these kinds of things. >> but that's not enough. you can't stop at enforcement. you have to think aupt of the box about what the laws should be and about what the organizing model should be. first of all we need to tie people's direct bread and butter issues to the union and to issues of the workplace. if you don't have a union we're deeper in poverty. if you're a part-time worker you can't schedule daycare so you organize people around daycare about their immediate issues and as a union you can still do that. as a worker center we organize people around a host of issues that are outside of their workplace issues. secondly, you know, you can bargain with the employer. you can bargain wit
, because i think your point begs this question. how many single women who live alone in their 40s, 50s, 60s, protect themselves at night with a bushmaster? can i answer that question for you? none. a glock, 10 millimeter glock, can i answer that one for you? none. i only bring this up, not to point it at you, to say for all those people putting up false choices there somehow we have to choose as a country whether we allow single elderly women to protect themselves from intruders, or allow our children to be sprayed with a flurry of bullets? by the way, look what happened in oregon, look what happened in colorado, look what happened in virginia. look what happened in a religious temple. look what happened in connecticut. we can't say these are random isolated events anymore. >> it's an epidemic. >> it's an epidemic and growing epidemic. i just wonder, dan, this is the last question to open it up for everybody else, come on, let's get real, buddy, what if mitt romney had an election a year from now? and he had to be the candidate that had to defend the right of americans to buy 10 millimeter
context because now we know the u.s. household net worth has reached a 43-year low. so, it begs the question for washington, this the time now you want to raise taxes on those particular americans? >> this comes from a study from an nyu economics professor and his name is alan wolf and he has said that the net worth, now, this isn't your income, your net worth is now $57,000, the median net worth. in other words, it's the lowest as clayton said in decades because debt has balooned so much in the middle class and your net worth is much lower than it used to be 30 years ago. >> and much because home values have declined. so, the money you owen your home is more than it's worth. so, that's probably-- >> that's the problem. >> alisyn: it's edward wolf and i said-- interestingly, another little tidbit in this study that he did, which is that for the top 1%, the net worth has skyrocketed, it's gone up 71% for the top 1% you've heard so much about, so the discrepancy between the middle class and the upper echelon is bigger than it's been and that may be what president obama is clinging
, they say in the report that the benghazi folks were begging for help along the way. they explained a deteriorating security posture. there was more intensity in the events. more bad guys in the neighborhood than ever before. and they were asking repeatedly, and in washington, they were turned down for those requests. that's an important difference. so are there more than one person at fault? i'm sure there are. but you can't have a security wing of the state department that does not recognize that all of these threats need to be taken into consideration. he went with the security posture that they gave him, which i argue, was woefully inadequate. >> is there not a way to find out where the paperwork got stuck, in terms of these requests keep going in, these requests keep coming in. isn't that a question you want an answer to? >> absolutely. and the fact that the i don't think the accountability review board that did the report can find that they can't find anyone to hold accountable for the death of these four americans when there are some serious, gross negligent mistakes made in
family at the holiday season. this woman now said by the of a beg began authorities to have an iranian passport.a began authorities to have an iranian passport. they showeded her passport and other identification. she was wearing an afghan police uniform. she apparently went to kabul police headquarters supposedly looking for someone important to kill. at least that's what afghan authorities are saying. and she had a weapon hidden on her person. she brought the weapon out, she walked up behind this american man and shot him debt. by all accounts the first time we've seen one of these incidents where the perpetrator is a woman. but there have been a growing number of these throughout the year tragically involving u.s. troop, nato troops, contractors and even afghan forces. >> and just let's talk more about how unique this really is. give us sort of the 30,000 foot view. >> the biggest problem they're having probably is figuring out why these incidents are happening. they all seem to be a bit different. there is always the talk could this woman have been a taliban infiltrate tore. could
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